|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
University of Warwick
Centre for British and Comparative Cultural Studies
|Address||Coventry, CV4 7AL, England|
|Tel. No.||+44(0) 2476 523655|
|Fax No.||+44(0) 2476 524468|
|Length of course(s)||
MA and Diploma: 12 months full time, 24 months part time.|
PhD: three years full time, four years part time.
|Date of Commencement||
MA and Diploma from October.|
Certificates from either October or January.
MPhil/PhD – any time of the year.
Seminar groups 3-15. Each student receives individual tuition.
The University offers a whole range of student accommodation including en-suite accommodation with telephone and Internet connection.
||Cost / Fees
MA/Diploma full time £ 3510, part time 1500
MPhil/PhD full time £ 2610, part time £ 800
MA/Diploma full time £ 6795, part time 3398
MPhil/PhD, as above
The listed sums are valid for 1999, and refer to one year of tuition.
|Student grants / Financial assistance
The University has a whole range of grants available.
Dr Piotr Kuhiwczak
First degree in a relevant subject is required. English language test results:
IELTS 6,5, TOEFL 600-620. Good pre-sessional English language courses are available.
||National / Overseas students
||Men / Women
18 – 45
||Contact person for application
Mrs Janet Bailey, Secretary
The University of Warwick is currently ranked among the top half dozen UK universities for research quality, while The Times Good University Guide of 1995, 1996 and 1998 rated it as one of the UK’s top five universities overall.
*Professor Germaine Greer joined the Centre in 1998. Her newest book is entitled The Whole Woman.
*Professor David Dabydeen is an academic and a writer. His recent novel A Harlot’s Progress has received a lot of critical attention.
*Dr Jane Stevenson is a specialist in Classics, but her first volume of short stories has been published in 1999 by Jonathan Cape.
*Dr John Gilmore is a specialist in Caribbean studies, and his edition of James Granger’s poems will be published next year by Athlone Press.
*Dr Piotr Kuhiwczak’s book Successful Polish-English Translation has gone into second edition. Now he is preparing a textbook for studying translation and translation studies.
*Dr Joanne Collie has translated the works of the French philosopher Luce Irigaray, and recently has published in the field of using literature in the teaching of English language.
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